Update: Major Power outage in Fort St. John

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Power has been restored after an outage caused 2,200 customers to lose power for about one hour.

BC Hydro spokesperson Bob Gammer says the outage was caused by a crow. He says the crow spread out its wings and touched two power lines. The power went through the crows body and caused a phase to phase fault. This resulted in the two wires burning and a power outage. ‘

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The area affected was South of the 246 Road, North of the 269 Road, West of 79th street and East of the 275 road.

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